Halloween is a fun, festive and memorable holiday for adults and children alike. Pumpkin carving, candied apples, adorable ghosts and goblins, and trick or treating make Halloween a traditional family favorite.
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Hardy Wolf & Downing files personal injury lawsuits in Maine due car accidents, slip and fall, medical malpractice, and other acts of negligence. Call today.
Festivities Tied to Increase in Impaired Driving and Binge Drinking Binge Drinking Among Underaged and College Students High-Risk Drinking on College Campuses Many see the tradition of Halloween themed parties at fraternities, sororities, apartments and dorms at our nation’s colleges and universities as a rite of passage for college students. In reality, they pose a significant… Read more »
The Maine personal injury attorneys of Hardy, Wolf and Downing are proud to announce the opening of our third and newest office location in the heart of beautiful downtown Portland, Maine. The new office is located at 477 Congress, on the 5th floor of Portland’s historic Time and Temperature building.
Sobering Statistics on Drunk and Alcohol-Impaired Driving Every day, close to 30 people die in motor vehicle accidents that involve an alcohol-impaired driver. 31% of all fatal traffic accidents in the U.S. involved alcohol-related automobile accidents. Every 90 seconds, someone is killed or seriously injured in an alcohol-related crash. Annually, alcohol-related crashes cost the US more… Read more »
Students at Cape Elizabeth High had a unique learning opportunity when their high school was turned into a real, working courtroom. Since 2006, the Maine Supreme Court has turned 25 high school auditoriums into real, working courtrooms, where high school students listen as Maine lawyers give appellate arguments on real cases.
High Definition Fiber Tracking Patients with mild traumatic brain injuries (TBI) often face an uphill battle when trying to obtain a proper diagnosis in the aftermath of their injury. The traumatic brain injury lawyers at Hardy, Wolf and Downing recognize this unfortunate pattern of poor diagnosis after a mild TBI. Despite the fact that a… Read more »